This post, which I had intended to write since Daredevil: Reborn #3 came out last Wednesday, was inspired by recent comments on one of my posts on self-loathing  at Psychology Today , and also serves as a companion piece to my post on Green Arrow from earlier this year.

I really doubt revelations of tortured self-loathing on the part of Matt Murdock will come as a surprise to anyone who's familiar with the character, whether or not they've read Daredevil: Reborn #3, but nonetheless, spoilery discussion below the fold...

Similar to David Hine's Daredevil: Redemption mini-series from several years ago, in Andy Diggle's Reborn , Matt Murdock finds himself away from Hell's Kitchen and instead in the South, New Mexico in particular. But just like Jessica Fletcher in Murder, She Wrote , wherever Murdock goes, bad things happen. (Of course, we wouldn't want to read the stories otherwise, right?) In Reborn , Matt happens upon a guns-for-drugs deal, which he proceeds to bust up as only Matt can, in classic Daredevil style (though out of costume).

Matt Murdock continues his journey of redemption next week in Daredevil: Reborn #3. It seems that no matter where Murdock travels, trouble is always two steps behind him. Now Matt's caught between a corrupt police force and a gang of killers. But if what we've seen thus far is any indication, it doesn't take Murdock long to get right back into the saddle of delivering sweet, sweet street justice.

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This post, which I had intended to write since Daredevil: Reborn #3 came out last Wednesday, was inspired by recent comments on one of my posts on self-loathing  at Psychology Today , and also serves as a companion piece to my post on Green Arrow from earlier this year.

I really doubt revelations of tortured self-loathing on the part of Matt Murdock will come as a surprise to anyone who's familiar with the character, whether or not they've read Daredevil: Reborn #3, but nonetheless, spoilery discussion below the fold...

Similar to David Hine's Daredevil: Redemption mini-series from several years ago, in Andy Diggle's Reborn , Matt Murdock finds himself away from Hell's Kitchen and instead in the South, New Mexico in particular. But just like Jessica Fletcher in Murder, She Wrote , wherever Murdock goes, bad things happen. (Of course, we wouldn't want to read the stories otherwise, right?) In Reborn , Matt happens upon a guns-for-drugs deal, which he proceeds to bust up as only Matt can, in classic Daredevil style (though out of costume).

Daredevil: Reborn - Wikipedia


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